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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

[Ferrin Gallery] ARTIST FOCUS: Sergei Isupov

ONVIEW @ Bard College at Simon's Rock

The Diversity of Contemporary American Ceramic Art Today
A group exhibition of ceramic artwork by 25 internationally recognized artists from 14 states.
Through February 14th
Panel Discussion and Reception:  Monday, February 1st from 5-7pm

The Gallery at Liebowitz
Bard College at Simon’s Rock

Great Barrington, MA

Leslie Ferrin, Ferrin Gallery, Kathy Erteman, printmaker and ceramicist and Ben Krupka, ILLUMINATION curator, artist and Assistant Professor of Art.  Moderated by Joan DelPlato.

On view is Sergei Isupov's work Boxer.

Click for link: SERGEIISUPOV.COM

Banner Photo: Boxer, 2009, porcelain, 26.5 x 24 x 17"
Click Here for a Link to the ILLUMINATION page at Bard College at Simon's Rock

UPCOMING @ The M�tter Museum, Philadelphia PA


February 2nd - August 2nd, 2010

Mütter Museum
College of Physicians of Philadelphia
19 South 22nd Street
Philadelphia, PA

Corporeal Manifestations is a unique collaboration between the Mütter Museum and curator Sasha K. Reibstein, Assistant Professor of Art, Director of Ceramics Palomar College, which highlights artists who create traditional ceramic
figurative work by exploring the psychology of our biological existence.

Image caption: Halfway, 2008, porcelain, 16 x 20 x 9 inches

Click Here for a Link to Sergei Isupov's page on FerrinGallery.com

UPCOMING @ Wexler Gallery, Philadelphia PA

Group show of ceramic sculpture by twenty artists
curated by
Leslie Ferrin for the Wexler Gallery.

Opens March 5th - May 1st, 2010

Wexler Gallery
201 North 3rd Street
Philadelphia, PA

The Hermaphrodites: Living In Two Worlds

Figural ceramic sculpture that explores the literal definition of hermaphrodites (encompassing both genders) along with the conceptual nature of the term when used for this type of sculpture in categorizing it between the worlds of fine, applied or decorative art. 

Image caption: Say Nothing, 2008, stoneware, stain, glaze, 33 x 16 x 11 inches

Click Here for Link to Press Release on FerrinGallery.com

UPCOMING @ The Dairy Barn Arts Center, Athens OH

TRANSCENDING THE FIGURE: Contemporary Ceramics
A group show of 70 artworks by 20 ceramic artists from across the country.

The Dairy Barn Arts Center
8000 Dairy Lane
Athens, OH

Dates: March 12th through April 25th

Curated by Tom Bartel, Assistant Professor of Fine Art at Ohio University, Transcending the Figure will broaden the viewers idea of what the figure can be.  

Image caption: To Live For, 2008, porcelain, 19.5 x 9 x 6 inches

Click Here for a Link to Transcending the Figure on www.dairybarn.org

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